Earlier this week, I proudly declared June 17, 1015 "Mad Men Day" in Los Angeles in honor of Mad Men's tremendous creative achievements and its great economic impact as a local TV production.Read more
LOS ANGELES - Earlier this week, the Los Angeles City Council voted 13-1 for the ordinance that will raise the minimum wage to $15.00 an hour by 2020, plus an additional one-year "phase in" period for small businesses, bringing all workers to $15.00 by 2021. Councilmember Krekorian voted for the ordinance and played a leadership role in shaping the legislation.Read more
STUDIO CITY - Have you spotted a film crew in your neighborhood? FilmLA shares insight on what that means for the local economy.Read more
It's been a big week for the City of Los Angeles. In fact, I don't think I'm overstating things by saying it has been historic.Read more
Imagine traveling from Pasadena to Bob Hope Airport, down to the NoHo Arts District and over to the Warner Center— all without having to navigate busy streets and packed freeways. Imagine making these connections by rail.
We are poised to find out what it will take to upgrade our transit system in the San Fernando Valley.Read more